Category Archives: Adult Services

New Moon Healing Energy Circles

New Moon Energy Circles

New Moon Healing Energy Circles
with Marian Harvey, RN/BSN AyurVed Health Educator

Time: 6:30 - 8:00 PM

Monday, February 4 (New Moon)
Wednesday, March 6 (New Moon)
Thursday, April 4 (New Moon is April 5)
Thursday, May 2 (New Moon May 4)
Monday, June 3 (New Moon)

The New Moon is an auspicious time for healing thoughts to be transmitted, like radio waves, to the world and those we love.

Learn to transfer healing energy for yourself and others using medical mediations, guided imagery, visualization, breathing, and other practices from ancient traditions and modern medicine. Each session will end with a New Moon Distance Healing Meditation. All are welcome!

Stardust: Photography Exhibition by Stuart Fabe

Stardust: Photography Exhibition by Stuart Fabe

Stardust: Photography Exhibition by Stuart Fabe

February First Friday - 2/1/2019, 6:00 - 8:30 PM

Featuring music by cellist Eric Edberg, cash bar, & light hors d'oeuvres

Proceeds from photography sales will benefit Putnam County Public Library's Adult Programs

PCPL Book Club

PCPL Book Club

PCPL Book Club

February 11th at 7:00 PM

This month we'll be reading The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion. Books are available for checkout or purchase at the Reference Desk. For more information contact refdesk@PCPL21.org or call 765-653-2755, ext. 115.

Learn to Play Bridge

Learn to Play Bridge

 

Learn to Play Bridge

Monday mornings at 10:00 AM beginning January 28th through March 18th

No registration is needed!

The instructor for this series is PCPL's bridge enthusiast, Joe Baumann.

Joe is retired as the IT Director for Maplehurst Deli-bake in Brownsburg. He and his wife, Jackie, conduct PCPL's Thursday afternoon bridge group in addition to traveling the world.

Questions? Please contact Joe at 653-9054 or email Joe at joebaumann@purdue.edu.

Winter Reading Program

Winter Reading Program

Winter Reading Program

December 17th through February 17th

For Kids:

Come discover something new to read during the cold winter months and win a "cool" prize! For children ages 0 - 18.

For Adults:

Read any 7 books and return your record sheet to the library for a prize! Plus, each book you read will earn an entry into our Grand Prize drawing! Limit 7 prizes per person. For anyone 18 and older.

Yarn Perch

Yarn Perch

 

Need crochet or knitting help or yarn project companionship?

Join Jo and friends for Yarn Perch, every Monday evening from 5 - 7 pm, upstairs in the south-side stacks.